Sy & Jei’s Five Writing Tips (#2)

Sy & Jei's Writing Adventures

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As promised, our monthly 5 tips for writing. Below are some of the things we have learned or taken away from our experience this month as we work on our manuscript.

#1 Write more information about your characters than what the reader may ever see. Telling a good story doesn’t mean that you have to have every single detail about the characters within. But being able to write believable and fulfilling characters it is essential as a writer. Be sure that you have a full understanding of any of your characters. While it may not make it to the final cut, you’d be surprised how many times a little thing we know about our characters influenced their actions in the story.

#2 Be familiar with your intended genre but stay true to your story. In my earlier post about us being stuck in the mold

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